Numero Uno in the Raylosophy Spotlight is Limbotab. A Chrome browser add-on that showcases art from Tumblr and Instagram. Install it, and be amazed every time you open a blank tab in your Chrome browser.
Decisions, Decisions…Where Should a Freelancer go to Demonstrate Their Skills?
In the part three of our Beginners Guide to Freelancing we’re going to point you in the right direction by listing the top 10 freelancing platforms we’ve ever used.
If you want to succeed in freelancing, you have to reassure your potential customers that you know what you’re doing. You have to get them to trust that you have the right amount of skill, talent, or experience to give them the kind of specialized service they are looking for.
Venturing into the world of freelancing can be an empowering decision. Being able to turn your spare time and skill-set into a business will do wonders for your self-worth.
In my opinion, freelancing has become a very welcome phenomenon simply because more and more people are discovering that they can make a decent living simply working from home (or Starbucks) in their spare time. The advancement of the Internet has put buyers and sellers of freelance services together on an unprecedented scale.
You watch as a shiny, new Bimmer swerves into the parking lot. The driver steps out, his $1200 bespoke Italian shoe hits the pavement, and the sun glints off of his Rolex Submariner.
“There’s a successful guy,” one might be inclined to think. But is it really that simple?
In truth, it’s not. Success is a very subjective and dynamic term, and trying to wrap your hands around the definition is almost as hard as grabbing success itself. Think of it this way: success isn’t a noun; it’s a verb.
Being able to wake-up at noon, grab your laptop and click a few buttons isn’t a realistic business model.
The truth is, creating a successful online business is a lot of work – it takes time, discipline and commitment. In this post I’m going to introduce you to the reality of starting and running a successful Freelancing business.